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Christopher Henry


Insolvency, Estates & Probate, Property & Real Estate
9+ years experience
Suite 5, 94C Old Hope Road, Kingston 6, St. Andrew


A Partner of the Firm, Christopher’s areas of focus span the Property, and Estates & Probate practice. He has extensive knowledge in real estate, and estates and probate matters, having the unique experience of being on both the representation and regulatory side of such matters. 

While Christopher has represented clients in real estate sales and strata approvals, and in estate and probate matters, he also previously served as Senior Legal Counsel at the Real Estate Board and the Commission of Strata Corporation, and legal counsel at the Administrator General’s Department. Christopher also brings experience in commercial law and compliance, having served as the Company Secretary for Caymanas Track Limited. 

He is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, Mona, with a Bachelor of Laws degree, and a Master of Laws degree, with distinction in Corporate and Commercial Law.

Christopher was called to the Jamaican Bar in 2014 and sits on the Social Affairs, and Continuing Legal Education committees of the Jamaican Bar Association. He is a member of the Council of the Jamaican Bar Association and serves as the Assistant Treasurer.

A firm believer in national building, Christopher is committed to uplifting and educating the nation’s youth, and sits on the board of the Seaview Gardens Primary School as Chairman. 

Grounded by his faith, Christopher is the President of the Ushers’ Association at the Stella Maris Roman Catholic Church and is a member of the Stella Maris Men’s Fellowship.

In his spare time, Christopher enjoys reading, watching historical documentaries, swimming, and playing water polo. He also enjoys attending social gatherings and parties.



Bachelor of Law, University of the West Indies (Mona)

2012- 2014

Legal Education Certificate, Norman Manley Law School


Master of Laws, University of the West Indies (Mona)